Interaction design for Edison; installation created for the exhibition “999. A Collection Of Questions About Contemporary Living” at the Triennale di Milano.
Triennale Design Museum, january – march 2018
The installation commissioned by Edison and created by Pierluigi Anselmi, Dotdotdot and Stefano Mirti introduces the exhibition “999. A Collection Of Questions About Contemporary Living” at the Triennale di Milano.
What would a house be without energy?
The large exhibition dedicated to contemporary living opens with “64 sceneries” made of words and images that encourage reflection on the relation between a home and its inhabitants; on the environments of contemporary living and on the meaning of living.
A space animated by 128 mini-monitors suspended in the dark welcomes visitors illustrating the 999 questions and interpreting 64 experiences of daily living.
Floating images are accompanied by Painè Cuadrelli’s timeless music, enhancing the spatial narrative and immersive experience.
The illusion created by the images that appear to be floating in the darkness is achieved through 64 steel tension cables acting as hardware support, monitor power supply and data communication. The system designed by Dotdotdot has been developed at the OpenDot Fab Lab.
Un progetto a cura di Pierluigi Anselmi, Dotdotdot e Stefano Mirti
Video by Propp
Sound design by Painè Cuadrelli